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Peek into an historic civilisation

Smaller than the shire of Shark Bay and just as sunbaked, Greece’s Peloponnese peninsula is brimming with possibilities for travellers with wanderlust.

You can meander through the maze-like old quarters of charming coastal towns, order ice-cool beers and grilled seafood platters at beach-side tavernas, hike through rugged, myth-rich mountains or indulge your inner history buff amid the evocative relics of legendary ancient civilisations.

We’re doing the latter today, delving into the fascinating past — and imposing present — of Mycenae, a former citadel set between two hills in the Arcadian mountains, about 40km south of the Corinth canal, which divides the Peloponnese from the rest of the Greek mainland.

Along with the nearby…

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